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Schools in Nottingham
This page shows schools ranked on the old measure of their pupils' performance in GCSE-level exams.
  • the Old measure is the percentage of pupils who gained at least five GCSEs at grades A*-C or the equivalent
  • the New measure is the percentage of pupils who gained at least five GCSEs at grades A*-C or the equivalent including English and maths GCSEs
Click the name of a school for a page detailing its performance.

Click the Name column for an alphabetical list or on VA for value added scores or A/AS to sort schools on those results.

Click here for a fuller explanation of the figures.

SORT BY NAME SORT BY GCSE (%) SORT BY SCORE
Institution Old New VA A/AS
Nottingham High School for Girls GDST (IND, SEL) 100 100 1042.8 462
Nottingham High School (IND, SEL) 99 99 1039.1 457.9
Hollygirt School (IND, SEL) 93 93 1055.2 NA
Trinity Catholic School 78 65 1006.5 291.1
Fernwood School 67 59 994.8 NA
Greenwood Dale School 65 41 1034.4 214.6
Nottingham Bluecoat School and Technology College, The 51 37 982.1 263.3
Djanogly City Academy Nottingham 51 19 962.2 127.8
Ellis Guilford School and Sports College 39 26 985.9 NA
Farnborough School Technology College 38 22 978.4 NA
Haywood School 34 22 959.6 NA
Big Wood School 31 18 950.1 NA
Fairham Community College 28 15 906.3 NA
Henry Mellish Comprehensive School 27 16 921.5 NA
Top Valley School 25 18 946.5 NA
Hadden Park High School 24 4 958 NA
Manning Comprehensive School 24 19 976.3 NA
River Leen School, The 23 6 917.3 NA
Elliott Durham School 18 7 930.7 NA
William Sharp School 17 14 916.6 NA
English secondary schools 2004

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Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland do not publish tables.

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